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time now for tonight's closing argument on the tea party and the senate. despite high profile tea party wins last night, tea party candidates lost in four senate elections, in delaware, west virginia, colorado and nevada, against democrats who might have been vulnerable there. and in many of those elections, the tea party kpds knocked out main stream republicans in the primary. republicans who might have turned out to be winners in the general election in those states. so, tonight, we wanted to ask you a political question. did the tea party hand the senate to the democrats? what do you think? tell us at the "nightline" facebook page or on the "nightline" page at abcnews.com. but that is our report for tonight. for all of us at abc news, good night, america. >> dicky: it's the "jimmy kimmel live" fantasy league. presented by gmc.
>> jimmy: hello, i'm jimmy kimmel. >> and i'm his cousin sal. >> jimmy: another great week of fantasy football. let's go to the scores. >> jimmy kimmel gets back to .500 with a win over adam carolla. you remember adam, right? >> jimmy: no, sal, i don't. in other action, dax shepard's with a convincing win over joel mchale's cellar-dwellers. >> kristen bell sneaks past jb smoove in a low-scoring, single point nail-biter. >> jimmy: and, number one seed the sports guy bill simmons lays waste to number two william the refrigerator perry. who took sportsmanship to a new level with a gift for a game well won. >> time to pay up. no shame in getting beat by me. i'm 7-1. >> put those in the produce drawer. they'll be nice and crisp. >> what are these green beans? >> it's a great time of the year for apples. >> i guess. >> and take this. put it on the hallburgers and chicken. >> is it gluten free? >> and, a cake.
>> fridge, this is way too much food. look at this. >> you invited me in for lunch? i would love to. you're a good loser, bob. >> it's bill. >> whatever. >> jimmy: hakuna matata. right? check out next week's matchups on the "jimmy kimmel live" youtube page. >> the "jimmy kimmel live" fatah si league right here every week. >> jimmy: presented by gmc. i'm jimmy kimmel. >> i'm cousin sal. bang. >> jimmy: bang. >> that's my thing. >> dicky: follow all the action throughout the season on the fantasy football section of the jimmy kimmel live youtube channel. "jimmy kimmel live" back in two minutes with dan any mcbride and huey lewis and the news. ♪
tonight, -- from "eastbound and down", danny mcbride. and music from huey lewis and the news. with cleto and the cletones. ♪ it's "jimmy kimmel live" >> dicky: and now, i've got news for you -- here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thank you for coming. is it still -- is it still election day or is that over? election day is so over.
as you know, two years ago, americans decided that the country was headed in the wrong direction and voted the democrats in in a landslide and last night, we decided the country was headed in the wrong direction again and voted republicans in in a landslide. two years from now we'll go back and probably do the same thing again. we're fickle folk here in america. republicans gained seats in the senate and control of the house. unfortunately, there was a mixup and they accidently gained control of big momma's house. for those who don't understand, and i'm one of these people, what the fact that democrats control the senate and republicans control the house means, i'll put it like this. put it in celebrity terms. it means congress, which is the house and the senate, has become dina and michael lohan and we're all lindsay, so -- [ applause ] right? so, we're in a lot of -- we're in rehab right now. some pun didn'ts are saying that
the republican gains actually might be good for president obama because instead of just saying no they'll actually have to do things and their top two priorities are cutting taxes and reducing the debt, which is kind of like your top two pryor tips in life, being to lose weigh and win the nathan's hot dog eating contest. so, we'll see what happens. [ applause ] regardless, it was a difficult night for the president. so, this morning, he had a press conference and it seems like the wind has kind of come out of his sails a little bit. >> good afternoon, everybody. some election nights are more fun than others. all right? thank you very much, everybody. [ applause ] >> jimmy: he thought about it, and he decided to spend the last two years of his presidency in hawaii. one funny thing i noticed watching the concession speeches was how similar they sound to the speeches you hear from reality show contestants when
they lose. for instance, here's carl paladeno who ran for governor of new york. >> make no mistake, you have not heard the last of carl paladeno. >> jimmy: and here is a guy that got eliminated from "project runway." >> you guys have definitely not seen the less of sway. >> jimmy: all sway needs is a bat. actually was someone from a reality show running for office. sean duffy, who was on "the real world boston." he ran in wisconsin and he actually won his race, which -- hopefully bodes well for certain president snooki in 2024. they're going to have to adjust the podium. another new congressman who is headed to washington is ben quail from arizona. he won points during his campaign for his level headed moderation and his calm bipartisan spirit. >> barack obama is the worst
president in history. >> jimmy: and the reason ben quail knows that is because his dad was the worst vice president in history. so -- it's not -- [ applause ] not just speaking out of -- for most of the day yesterday, i watched cnn. cnn, they go nuts with this election stuff. they've got touch screens and ipads and atari and nintendo. it's -- and they've got 1,000 reporters. i think they had about 40 political commentators commenting at once. >> um -- what are you looking for next? >> it really has not changed dramatically -- >> first of all. >> obama went back to ohio -- [ talking over each other ]
>> against those voters. >> um -- where -- [ talking over each other ] >> wolf, you can take it from here. >> whoopi, come back, he didn't mean -- [ applause ] i will say this. anderson cooper is quite dashing when he's befuddled. this is funny. pretty common to see actors getting involved in politics. morgan freeman got involved without meaning to. a north carolina congressional candidate got morgan freeman to do the voiceover for one of his ads. or that's what he thought. it turned out that morgan freeman, it was a sound alike. he didn't voice the ad at all. in fairness to b.j. lawson and his team, the guy did sound exactly like morgan freeman. >> i wish i could tell you that carolina republican b.j. lawson fought the good fight and the sisters let him be. i wish i could tell you that.
but congress is no fairy tale world. b.j. never said who did it, but we all knew. things went on like that for awhile. every so often, b.j. would show up with fresh bruises. the sisters kept at him. sometimes he was able to fight them off. sometimes not. and that's how it went for b.j. vote for b.j. lawson. a man who crawled through a river of [ bleep ] and came out clean on the other side. >> i'm b.j. lawson and i approve this message. >> jimmy: well, it's -- [ applause ] it's a tough race for b.j. and unfortunately, he did not win. but the important thing is, the controversy raised awareness of "the shawshank redemption" on blu-ray. in south carolina, a guy named alvin greene somehow won the democratic party primary through a series of comical events. he had no chance to win and he didn't, but that didn't keep him away from the big party at alvin
greene headquarters. >> where are you running to, al? >> was this campaign a joke to you, al? or was it serious? >> it was okay. it was serious. >> where are you running to, al? >> why so up? >> because this is my reception. >> how is the sandwich? >> i didn't have a sandwich yet. >> are you going to run again? >> run for what? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: so, that was -- quite a party, it looked like. by the way, i should mention, that man, alvin greene, got 358,000 votes and one doughnut. maybe my favorite candidate this season was a guy named jimmy mcmillan who ran for governor of new york. >> rent. it's too damn high. >> jimmy: he got 40,000 votes. 40,000 people voted for him.
in fact, this -- the outgoing governor of new york, david paterson, also voted for jimmy, but he did it by accident. he's -- he thought he was killing a bug. i'll miss him, too. i'm going to miss schwarzenegger, the blind guy -- this morning, thousands of marijuana enthusiasts went to the polls to support proposition 19, which would decriminalize marijuana use in california. unfortunately for them, the election was yesterday, so it didn't -- prop 19 -- [ applause ] it didn't pass. and as you probably know, when something marijuana-related doesn't pass, that's called bogarting. pot smokers are so sad today. if only there were some kind of substance that would help them laugh again. supporters of the measure believe the new law would have raised billions of dollars in tax revenues and created tens of thousands of jobs for people to
be too stoned to show up for, so, it didn't work out. they say older voters struck it down. but on the bright side, at least there will be some leftovers at thanksgiving. and gave our nation's news casters a chance to all say exactly the same thing today. >> california's plans to legalize the use and sale of american apparently have gone up in smoke. >> goes up in smoke. >> gone up in smoke. >> up in smoke. >> up in smoke. >> up in smoke. >> up in smoke. >> up in smoke. >> up in smoke. >> the pot prop got snuffed out. >> jimmy: that's different, but -- he forgot to wear a suit, which is points to him. so, now, the only way to get pot legally in california is to find a doctor in the back of "the l.a. weekly," tell him your back hurts and then go to one of the 45 dispensaries within 50 feet of your apartment. [ applause ] hey, here's something i've been giving a lot of thought to, recently. friendship.
friendship is a sacred thing and i believe facebook is cheapening it. i go on this facebook. i see people with thousands of what they call friends, which is impossible. you can't have 1,000 friends. here's how you can tell who on facebook is really your friend. let's say on friday, posta status update that says i'm moving this weekend and i need help. the people that respond, those are your friends. everyone else isn't. i would like people to start whittling this down. here is a person that has 545 friends. her name is gina. every five seconds, she has something to say. 100 degrees in san diego, ugh. gina is eating other people's food. coffee. gina is watching "wields." listen to patti, people. i should be watching oprah right now. yay, my weekend just started. robin thicke and mashed potatoes. hooller. can the time please change already. who am i to come between a girl
and her noise. it's november, yay, and cinnamon hazelnut. this woman cannot possibly have 545 friends. if she has five, i'd be shocked. so -- i say, unfriend her, unfriend gina, unfriend all the ginas of the world. they're not your friends. tonight, i'm planning to launch a new holiday. two weeks from today, november 17th, it will be known as national unfriend day. i encourage you to cut out some of the friend fat in your life. a friend is someone you have a special relationship with. it not someone who asks which harry potter character are you? remember five years ago, no one was on facebook? remember how that was fine? let's go back to that. national unfriend day, november 17th, 2010. nud. n-u-d. and for more, here's william
shatner. >> hello, i'm william shatner. these people on facebook -- they're not your friends. that's all. [ applause ] >> jimmy: that's the cap tape speaking. and let me tell you something about william shatner. very nice guy, good guy, not my friend. a fond acquaintance but we leave it at that. on november 17th, pull some wields out of your life. one more thing. another great idea. what would happen if you took a conversation from this week's episode of "the real housewifve of atlanta" and combined it with an old episode of "the flintstones?" for the answer, we go now to the the videotape. >> i told you about the sugar? >> oh, sugar. >> it works. >> you stick it in the sugar and
then you put it in your va-jay-jay and it makes it sticky. >> listen, i would never put kool-aid, canned yams, pancake syrup, you know, none of those things, in my va-jay-jay. that's crazy. >> jimmy: i agree, will ma. hey, we have a good show tonight. huey lewis and the news are here. and we'll be right back with danny mcbride, to stick around. who are they? what do they want? in order to save our civilization, we must schmeplicate with the male of your species.
two of my favorites are here. with a new album, their first in almost ten years, it's called "soulsville," huey lewis and the news are with us. when i was a kid, cleto and i, our band leader, cleto broke into a boat and stole a bunch of cassette tapes -- where do you even find a boat in vegas? so, he had this bounty of tapes and the tape we listened to over and over again was a huey lewis album called "sports." and he's going to play with the band tonight. so, the lesson is, crime does pay. and we're going to have a contest to see who knows huey lewis' lyrics better, him or me. i think i'm going to do very well. then, huey lewis at the bud light stage. i will maybe become the first talk show host killed in the
line of duty tomorrow. our first guest tonight has created one of the most obnoxious and yet enchanting characters on television. a gentleman named kenny powers. the season two finale of his very funny show "eastbound & down," airs sunday night on hbo. and he has a new movie called "due date," opening friday. please say hello to danny mcbride. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: good to see you. >> good to see you, too. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you -- i guess -- i don't know how i missed this story, but i found out today you got married three weeks ago. congratulations. [ applause ] you're wearing the ring and everything. >> that's part of the deal. >> jimmy: what is it made out of, that ring? >> this is some fine aluminum, i think. >> jimmy: did you have any part in picking the ring out?
>> i did. i went there and picked the ring out. >> jimmy: you did? >> that was the one thing i had involvement in. and choosing what sort of tequila was going to be at the afterparty. >> jimmy: you selected the tequila? there was an afterparty? some people have a reception, you went right to the afterparty? >> yeah. >> jimmy: how long had you been dating your mcbride? >> you know, she stuck with me for a long time. we had been dating for nine years. long time to date somebody. >> jimmy: wow. that is a long time. >> know the ins and outs. >> jimmy: yeah, she -- >> you know, she's like a big fan of the little celebrity rags, all the magazines, she digs all that. she was really excited when in the magazine it said, you know, that we were getting married. but she didn't dig that said we met three months ago on the set of "eastbound and down." she wanted credit for the time she's put into this. >> jimmy: i don't blame her. yeah, that's a long time. she must be very kind of, no
real pressure, you didn't get -- >> yeah, of course not. >> jimmy: how long were you engaged? >> we got engaged six years in. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: wow. >> she's the one. she's the one. >> jimmy: yeah. she must be. you're practically a senior citizen now. you guys could retire together. that's great. congratulations. did you have a big honeymoon? >> we did. we got back from it yesterday. that's why i'm so tan. >> jimmy: you do seem a little bit tan. >> yeah, we went down to bora bora, which is a cool place. >> jimmy: i hear they have, like, those huments -- >> on the clear water. it was awesome. you go there on your honeymoon, you are feeling so special, you had this amazing wedding and then up get there and, like, every person there is on their honeymoon, so, like, oh, they gave us champagne. you hear the guy next to you, yeah, we got it, too. >> jimmy: how long were you there? >> ten days. >> jimmy: that's a pretty good -- i guess when you're engaged for 11 years you have to have -- >> you have to have a long -- >> jimmy: did you interact or
mingle with the other honeymooners? >> well, that was the thing. once you are there, you see the other couples, it does kind of get a little competitive. at least for me. i was sitting here and we're eating breakfast and it's like, that's that couple from nevada walking around like they own the place. they're always monopolizing the kayaks. we have to get in early tomorrow. we have to beat them. >> jimmy: i think that is the foundation to a strong relationship, is hating other couples in your life. and did you get to the kayaks, did you -- >> we beat them, yeah. there's not much to do down there. it's like, diving and swimming with sharks, which all was stuff that we were kind of too lazy to do. we just kind of hung out in our hotel. because you're on the huts over the clear water, you know, we wanted to see if we could bring sharks to us and we would order sushi from room service, chum the water outside of our hut. >> jimmy: did you really do that? >> yeah. we attracted something. there were two huge fish. they were eating their own.
i don't think the neighbors liked that. people jumping off and switching in this water and we're throwing blood in there and -- like it's "jaws." >> jimmy: the couple from nevada didn't like it. so, these are not life long relationships that you'll -- >> no. >> jimmy: i don't blame you. i did the same thing. and now "eastbound and down" which is one of my favorite shows, love the show. >> thank you. >> jimmy: so, this season, season starts out with a tree f treat for animal lovers which is cock fighting. they seem to be really fighting -- >> no, they weren't really. we had a guy in puerto rico named eric, who we referred to as the cock whisperer. he trained the cocks to battle each other. >> jimmy: really? amazing. >> and he put the harnesses on the cocks and with a string and they would never make contact. they would go and they would
pull them back -- >> jimmy: so the cocks never touched? >> the cocks came close to touching, but never touched. >> jimmy: eric is his name? you said puerto rico, in the show you're in mexico. why did you shoot it in puerto rico instead of mexico? >> well, i don't know. we wanted to go down to cabo and shoot this epic tale but hbo didn't think it was a good idea to shoot a tv show down there. >> jimmy: they were afraid you would be kidnapped by drug lords? >> well, i think -- they sent a team down there to investigate how safe it would be for us to shoot there -- >> jimmy: really? >> they were telling us the security measures, me and the creator, we would have to be with two green berets at all times. that sounded like fun. we weren't worried about us, but joey, the boom operator, he's going to cabo and getting kidnapped. >> jimmy: did you have fun in puerto rico? >> we had a blast.
we had a great crew there. it was awesome. >> jimmy: what did you do -- he just enjoys vacations. what did you -- you work like the whole time to try to get out of there? >> we worked a lot. we shoot the whole series as if it is just one long movie. so it's basically, like, 210 pages that we shot it in a little over 30 days. it was nuts. but on the weekends we were staying in a casino, that's where we were all staying -- >> jimmy: great idea. >> perfect idea. keep us focused on the work. >> jimmy: was don johnson staying in the casino -- >> he stayed at another casino, but he left me a going away present. there was, like, this weird valet charge. they're like, oh, yeah, don johnson had dinner here and said to put it on your room. >> jimmy: really? wow. he used to be a policeman. that is not acceptable. >> not cool. >> jimmy: and you also have a movie, and by the way, i know the show is picked up for a third season.
and i hope it continues. i know your plan was to maybe wrap it up but i hope you keep doing it. >> yeah, when we made the first season we had no idea if anyone would hike the show or watch the show. we were kind of making something for our own tastes what we wanted to see on tv. >> jimmy: i became crazed for the show. somebody sent me a screener and i demanded all of them immediately and i couldn't get them and i had to wait and it was annoying. very funny show. you get this movie, "due date," which is probably going to be a big movie coming out here, as well. >> zach and downey, yeah. >> jimmy: and do you have a big part in this? >> i don't. i did, like, two days of filming. very small part. i'm buddies with the director. he asked me if i wanted to work for two days. it was a pretty cool time. so, i decided to go do it. >> jimmy: we have the fruits of your labor. i hope we're know shotting -- >> this is basically it. >> jimmy: do we need to set this up?
>> you know, i'm a guy who works at a western union place and, you know, zach and downey are trying to get home for downey's child to be born and i'm not helping them in that. >> jimmy: the movie is called "due date" and it opens on friday. take a look. >> now i get to call my pregnant wife and have her drive all the way back to western union and start this process again, send it to the correct name and we'll be good. >> absolutely. >> great. but we'll have to do that tomorrow because we close in five minutes. >> it's 6:35, sir. >> you make the hours here? i say when we close. we close in five minutes. i'm meeting my boys. >> you have a reservation? >> that's actually smart. it gets busy on a wednesday night. >> jimmy: danny mcbride, everybody. we'll be bright back with huey lewis.
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band have sold more than 30 million records during their illustrious career. 27 million of them to me. his first new album in almost ten years is called, "soulsville," it came out yesterday. please say hello to huey lewis. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how are you? >> good. >> jimmy: good to see you. congratulations on your san francisco giants winning the world series. >> thank you. >> jimmy: you guys -- not popular here in l.a. but you sang the national anthem at, what, one of the -- >> we did the division championship, yeah. taking credit for that. >> jimmy: i don't blame you. your first album in almost ten years. you and the news are -- [ applause ] great band, but lazy and unmotivated. >> the fishing was good. >> jimmy: why did you decide to
finally record something as i've been asking you to do for nine years? >> well, it was our manager's idea. and it was just, you know, fun project and it just flowed naturally, so -- you know, we've recorded stuff and written stuff but we haven't got a full album together. >> jimmy: this is your tribute to stacks records, which for those that don't know what that is, explain that. >> stacks record was a short buzz very fertile period of american popular music. great, you know, gave us "knock on wood," "midnight hour," all that. >> jimmy: how about that? i don't know if people know, you really had an interesting boyhood where you left the country and you were playing harmonica on the streets of mare kesh, i'm not really sure what that is. >> didn't everybody do that? >> jimmy: did they like harmonica there? >> apparently. this kind of harmonica.
yeah, i graduated a year young and my dad had this famous conversation with me where he sat me down and said, women, you're grown, son, and all the decisions as far as i'm concerned are yours, except for this one thing i'm going to make you do is, don't go to college yet but take a year and bum around europe. >> jimmy: do you think that was good advice? >> well -- now i do, yeah. >> jimmy: now you do. >> at the time, i wasn't so sure. >> jimmy: so, it's really kind of a role reversal where he sent you out and usually it would be the opposite. >> yeah. >> jimmy: it had to be scary, i would think, right? >> yeah, i -- i played harmonica, because that's all i had, and i would bus through the tube stations of the world. i'm in north africa and i'm thinking, this is working out pretty good. i can make a living of this. >> jimmy: good thing you knew
how to play the harmonica. you probably would have starved to death. i want to ask you one thing. your biggest selling album is "sports." seven times platinum, something like that. >> eight or nine. >> jimmy: eight or nine, whatever. who decided to name it "sports?" what kind of a name is that for an album? it's like a section in the newspaper, it's not -- where did that come from? >> i don't know. i mean -- i think i may have thought of it. we didn't -- we -- we couldn't spell "weather," i suppose. it's because we hang around with guys in coliseums and take showers together. >> jimmy: that's nice. see, now, that's what i want to get to. i feel like, and we've had a couple of conversations in this -- but i feel like i know your songs possibly better than you know your songs. >> that's a wonderful idea.
>> jimmy: and i thought it would be fun to have -- to have a little competition, and, in fact, we're going to have a little competition. it's time to play "who knows huey?" let's step over here to cousin sal. sal is going to be our game show host for this, and i want to assure you and i hope you take my word for it that i have not cheated. i'm totally -- all right? right sal? >> yeah, right. >> jimmy: it's true. how are we going to do this? >> i'm going to read a lyric or two from a popular or obscure song. >> jimmy: what is that microphone too? is that to speak into or -- >> it's to speak into. >> if you think you know the next line, ring in. if you get it wrong, your opponent gets a chance to answer. we'll get a fabulous prize at the end of the round. maybe a new drug.
>> jimmy: there's a prize? >> here it goes. first lyric. the power of love is a curious thing. make a one man weep, make another man sing. >> jimmy: change a hawk to a little white dove, more than a feeling. that's the power of love. >> that is the power of love. >> jimmy: that one was easy. >> i never would have gotten that one. >> question two. d.c., san an tone and the liberty town. boston and baton rouge. >> jimmy: actutulsa, oklahoma, francisco, too. >> that is stupid. >> jimmy: you know that. >> not that quick. >> jimmy: too much weed in mar kesh. >> here we go. i like my bands in business suits. i watch them on tv. >> jimmy: i'm working out most every day and watching what i eat? >> that's right. >> i would have got that one. >> jimmy: eventually.
speed is part of the game. >> are you sure you sang these songs? we have a milli vanilli scandal here. here's the next one. buzz buzz buzz goes the bumblebee. >> tweedle dee goes the bird. >> that's right. 3-1. >> jimmy: he didn't write that one. >> this one's tough. i love you huey was the note i read. >> jimmy: there's a strange pair of shoes underneath the bed? >> yes, sure are. >> jimmy: seems insurmountable. let's do one more. just to rub it in. >> he was always the toughest kid but he never meant no harm. >> huey? >> he was the only one? >> jimmy: no! >> no, that's wrong. >> jimmy: looking back i can see his fate was tattooed on his arm! >> that was awesome!
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